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know, i have gotten a lot of mail since i made the announcement i am relocating to idaho. >> e-mail? electronic? >> mostly written in the post as we call it. most of the questions basically revolve around where and what is idaho. so i thought i would do our viewers a favor and give ourselves a "red eye" idaho primer. now really if you are looking at idaho and interesting facts about idaho and who isn't now a days? idaho was officially named the 54th state after the u.s. seized the territory during the canadian wharf 1971 -- war of 1971. it is nicknamed "the pudding state" and the state bird is the speckled toucan. a couple of facts. and then reasons for moving to idaho, people are asking me why idaho? well there is free land for every homesteader, and country line dancing is very popular. not to meption you can't -- not to mention you can't swing a dead cat without hitting a republican. joy i don't think you should do that anyway, swinging a dead cat. >> half time is -- sprockets trending where they need to be. they are surging which is what we have been predicting all along. i
the service. this trooper brought a gift, a badge from his home state, idaho. >> idaho is far. we come to honor the chp officer killed in the line of duty. >> reporter: locals from oakland all the way to texas and beyond with flashing lights for miles at the mission church in vacaville. a flag gateway greeted families a friends like this officer who worked with youngstrom in contra costa county. >> we want to turn our grief into just celebrating officer youngstrom's life and all the contributions he's made to the community, not only in his service as a chp officer but also his service as a man. >> reporter: a seven-year veteran of the california highway patrol, married, father of four, shot in a traffic stop. friends say he always put others first. >> he was a good guy all around. he always had a contagious smile and he always wanted to help people regardless of the capacity he was in. >> reporter: we're back here live. i wanted to show you a picture of the flag that has been hanging here all morning. officer youngstrom was a triplet, married 17 years to his wife, karen. he was one of
up by organizations. she was a woman from boise, idaho. she and her husband had a son. they separated and sally was given custody of the boy when he was of tender years. and then the boy reached his teens and the father said, i should spend time with him. and the family court judge said, now he needs to be prepared for iran's world -- a man's world. salad thought the man's home was not a good place for their son to be. but the judge made the decision. the boy was severely depressed and one day, took one of his father's rifles and killed himself. sally went to be appointed administrator of the boys state -- estate. the haida whole lot at the time read, -- the idaho law at the time read, males must be preferred to females. salad took that case with her own lawyer from boise, idaho, through three levels of the idaho courts. when a colleague of mine read the report of the idaho supreme court's decision, he said, this is going to be the turning point case for gender in the supreme court. and he was right. sally reed won a unanimous judgment. the core pretended not to be doing anything new.
involving a probate law in idaho that said males must be preferred to females in appointed administrators, it is quite a movement in the court's position. you literally were there every step of the way. with respect to that first step, could you relate to how you got involved in that case? >> it is a good example of that series of cases because they were all genuine. there were no test cases in the sense that they were set up by any organizations. she was a woman from boise, idaho. she and her husband had a son. they separated and sally was given custody of the boy when he was of tender years. and then the boy reached his teens and the father said, i should spend time with him. and the family court judge said, i suppose so. now he needs to be prepared for a man's world. sally thought the man's home was not a good place for their son to be. but the judge made the decision. the boy was severely depressed and one day, took one of his father's rifles and killed himself. so sally went to be appointed administrator of the boy's estate. not because it had any value. the idaho law at the time re
in idaho. >> there was a fisherman out at priest lake. i knew instantly what happened. >> why that man says what that fisherman found will change his life. and he can't wait to meet him. >>> faulty san francisco police recordkeeping. >>> you can wake up with ktvu every morning. get the mornings top stories that develop while you were asleep sent straight to your cell phone every weekday mornings at 6:00 a.m.. get your ktvu morning news wake up call by texting the word wakeup to 70123. >>> welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. minority groups say they are outraged that san francisco police computers categorize nearly all asians as chinese. the bay citizen reports the department released arrest totals dating back ten years. crimes committed by various asian groups were mostly classified as chinese. they need accurate recordkeeping to better focus recordkeeping. >>> san jose police are looking for a man they believe has robbed at least two banks in santa clara county in the last month. take a look at the surveillance pictures showing the suspects at the u.s. banks. if you have any i
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.agic for the >> the family from idaho came .or one reason the pandas. oure went and bought keepsake to make her feel better. >> for now, the exhibit is closed. us they arell committed to figure out how this cub died. >> these pairs are critically endangered. >> officials hope to know more following an autopsy. jay korff, abc 7 news. >> there are more details to about.u another giant cubed -- giant panda died. it is estimated there are just pandas in thent world. >> smith played in tonight's .ansegame died in avin jones motorcycle accident. to the skyh pointed game tonight. anrtly before 8:00 tonight, accident happened. single-car accident. one of the victims, a woman, her injuries. people were taken to hospital for treatment. >> an investigation tonight in washington. men were stabbed during a washington -- during a robbery. three men approached them. one man was carrying a knife. one victim was stabbed in the chest. the other was cut on the wrist. a virginia woman is behind bars tonight after being accused of daughter. her infant the incident -- the infant was found in the woods. the 18-year-old parent is
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quality warnings across three states, stretching from washington, parts of oregon and idaho. the biggest health threat comes from tiny particles in smoke that cause burning eyes, running nose and even bronchitis. people are serious lung and heart disease, even death. >> i have asthma. my wife has breathing issues. it gets pretty bad sometimes. >> reporter: smoke from washington and other western states is even affecting air quality in places as far away as colorado. >> people with chronic lung conditions, extra sensitive groups, we always advise them not to overexert yourself or spend extensive time outside. >> reporter: some of the smoke is rising so high, powerful upper atmospheric winds are carrying it all the way to the atlantic ocean and as far as greenland. that smoke has now even settled here in denver where, normally, you can see the rocky mountains from here. but tonight, that unhealthy haze, david, is ruining the view. >> you can see the haze there behind clayton sandell. i want to bring in ginger zee tonight. the big question is, how long are they going to have to breathe in t
labor unrest in idaho in the early part of the 19th century. actually the governor of idaho is coming home, ex-governor was coming home to his house and opened the gate and was blown up by a bomb. a great book. it had to do with clarence darrow. it involves walter johnson is by the greatest pitcher of the early 20th century. it's a great book because it kind of takes anything in idaho and kind of magnify set to show you what's going on in the united states at that time, so that's pretty cool. >> we are back live at theesti e national book festival on the mall in washington, d.c. booktv on c-span2. [applause] and as you can see where the great audience still here in thn history and biography tent. we'rebi joined by jean edward smith, and eisenhowerher and biographer, and, of course, david and julie nixon eisenhower, grandson and granddaughterei in law, and, off course, thought of president nixon. so we are very pleased that o erybody here.we areng t we're going to put the number's up on the screen. the eisenhower's and mr. smith were talking are there with earl jonathan yardley, so you
came as far away as new york, idaho and arizona. one state trooper from indiana told us the law enforcement community is like an extended family and it's important to show solidarity in times of grief. >>> we are learning more details about the man who shot and killed officer youngstrom. christopher boone lacy had taken a temporary job as a software engineer for a mountain view company. on the morning officer youngstrom's crossed paths with lacy, lacy was reportedly heading to hewlett packard. last lacy lived in a trailer in tehama county. >>> a suspected burglar remains at large tonight. he triggered an alarm this morning at that pink-colored house near mandela parkway. officers received calls that the burglar was armed. a swat team then entered the home, but the loburger there. >>> troopers are starting to fog areas to kill mosquitoes. the fogging is scheduled to start at dusk and last until 11 tonight. >>> placer county authorities say a resident there died last weekend from the west nile virus. howard stuls was a volunteer with the placer county k-9 unit. he died after being
the public, and go home safe. >> reporter: some came from as far away as sparz idaho >> it's nice to know that we have their backing. it means everything to us. >> reporter: none appreciating the show of support for one of their own more than bay area chp officers >> whether you know him in a chr relationship, or someone passing down the hallway, everyone is very affected by this. >> and it was an emotional day throughout vacaville. many people stood on the sidewalk to watch as the officer's casket passed by, many of them amazed at how the law enforcement community came together to rsd something like this. >> it's really sad that, are you know, society has gone this far with people. >> it's almost like a band of brothers. obviously it's just such loyalty to the -- i guess the brotherhood of being a policeman. >> it's just amazing, the respect they show for a fallen comrade. it's just unbelievable. >>> believe it or not, pigeons at bart stations have turned into a million dollar problem! a budget surplus is leading bart to clean up rat and bird feces. >> reporter: bird poop! it's all over
do that. no, no, i do not want to act on digital." i was thinking, what would "my own private idaho" would have been like if that was digitized. i do not know. it becomes quantum, does it not, because you cannot know, you cannot project those ideas, but, personally, i do not think so. tavis: so what then, and personal question, what got you then interested in this particular subject matter, to the point of spending all of this time to do a documentary about it? >> yes, i was doing a post on a film called "henry's crime" that i was involved in, and there comes a time -- i was in new york at technicolor, and we were doing a process that is explained in the documentary called "d.i.," or color correction. so we shot the movie on film. they stand it, digitized it, and then they start working on the color, ballots in all of the edits and everything together digitally, and then there comes a time when they are like, ok, we have got this great digital image now on the screen. now we have to match it back to film, photochemicals film, so behind you is a colorist, and a timer, and the cinemat
montana and northern idaho. 87 in portland. middle of the summer like p temperatures. still very warm in the desert southwest. salt lake city 89. and you're now working on your second hottest summer all-time. and for friday, 90 in portland. like beach weather. go to the pool. if you're watching us on news channel 21, get up close to lizards and scorpions at the high desert museum. and that's your pacific event of the day. >>> and now here's an early look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. well, britney spears says she couldn't be kim kardashian. she told "elle" she won't put up with daily pressure to look glamorous. spears loves her jeans and sweats and says it's really hard for her to be hair and makeup-ready every time she goes out of the house. >>> well, speaking of kardashian, "ok" magazine reports she's given kanye west a wedding ultimatum. the magazine claims kardashian told west she won't marry him until she's worth $50 million. she's currently worth about $38 million. he's reportedly worth a hundred. well, kardashian's ex kris humphries is being accused of having an
new york o -- law enforcement officers from new york, idaho and arizona. >> others came in to fill in on parole. ktvu's john sasaki is live where the chp officers are still gathering. >> reporter: this is the chp office, there you can see a sign from school kids. the staff here went to the funerals and other officers came into fill the gaps. >> reporter: the love for kenyon youngstrom is clearly on display. officers came here from across the bay area to fill in for their colleagues. >> one big family. >> reporter: he said he worked with kenyon youngstrom on several occasions. >> friendly guy. always had a smile on his face. well liked by the squad. and very, very dedicated to the highway patrol. >> reporter: officers at the funeral had support from area residents. >> i see them doing a good job. next thing you know something happens, so i don't know. it is just sad to see something like this. >> small group near the church. >> i came to be in support of the family and friends and their associates. it is very sad. >> reporter: in the rows of police vehicles we saw cars from all over
this shows fires burning in idaho, montana, elsewhere in the west. they're causing air quality alerts in many areas. >> so tell me a little bit about how you're feeling. >> with the season, my allergies they're pretty bad. >> they tell me they're wanting to breathe again, can't wait until winter. >> reporter: the shots can help, but doctors say they're not always the best options, but those who don't want to take medication, there are other ways. shower and wash your hair before bedtime, clean your eyeglasses frequently windows closed in the house and in the car and keep pets clean. groom or bathe them frequently so they don't track pollen inside the house. doctors say relief from the allergies and all the symptoms will come when the first frost hits, when the weeds settle down, and dampen the pollen, as a matter of fact the smoke that is in the air. but the real concern is if the cold snap doesn't come soon and we have a warm winter, or that could be delayed. and just this afternoon, our chief environmental affair s correspondent, ann thompson, told me that is just the case in fact, brian, w
. it will push this trough way into idaho, and that is -- really not going to affect us, high pressure will dominate over the next couple of days. meaning warm temperatures, and even in some cases, above-average conditions for inland valley, like livermore, concord, danville, hot tomorrow, same for monday. the good news is that there will be cooler weather as we head to the middle part of of the upcoming week. at least we're not talking about a major cooldown, but temperatures out of the 90s, at least back in the 80s where it will be more comfortable. 51 to start the day in santa rosa, 57 in livermore. as i mentioned earlier, you wouldn't be as hot. 89 in walnut creek, and you will notice a cooling trend as we head to tuesday. but then look what happens as we get into the full week of fall, 80s, 90s, just in time for the weekend. if you didn't everything in you wanted to do, last week of summer, first week of fall, you have next weekend to do so with beautiful conditions once again. >>> all right, thanks andy, time for sports. >> why don't we check in with henry wolford one more time,
and idaho over the next month, 34 states will allow voters to cast early ballots and they will expect tens of millions of us to turn out. the volume of election day activity could surpass 2008 when 30% cast their vote in the presidential cast all did it early. >> kelly: what really happened in libya? that question put to robert gibbs on fox news sunday today. chris wallace joins us live. >> jamie: a man finds himself inside the cage of a siberian tiger at the zoo and now he is speaking about the incident. despite the bites and bruises he is happy about what happened. >> kelly: okay? new concerns about levels of dangerous toxin in your rice. what you need to know to keep your family safe. e now. try this... bayer? this isn't just a headache. trust me, this is new bayer migraine. [ male announcer ] it's the power of aspirin plus more in a triple action formula to relieve your tough migraines. new bayer migraine formula. it's got that sweet honey taste. but no way it's 80 calories, right? no way, right? lady, i just drive the truck. right, there's no way right, right? have a nice day. [ male
a few showers and idaho. overall, a quiet morning, little chilly. this afternoon will be beautiful. time of year where you have to dress in the layers. get up in the morning with a jacket or long sleeve on, in the afternoon you want short sleeves. once again today, many areas with sunshine. should be a very nice monday. no travel trouble whatsoever. >> thanks. definitely feeling like fall. >>> drivers still feeling the pinch, the elusive iphone 5 and gummy borms instead of corn feed. your first look at business headlines is straight ahead. >>> coming up, controversial ending between the pats and ravens, and the pay dirt at nascar. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. [ male announcer ] if you stash tissues like a squirrel stashes nuts, you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec® liquid gels. nothing starts working faster than zyrtec® at relieving your allergy symptoms for 24 hours. zyrtec®. love the air. >>> welcome back to "first look", i'm veronica did he la cruz. here are some of your top headlines this morning. riot police in greece used tear gas and pepper spray to dispe
is spinning in southern portions of idaho and utah. that's bringing cooler temperatures to a few spots. boise only 67 yesterday. the warm air still continues. yesterday it was 94 in l.a. vegas at 96. phoenix yesterday, 103. eventually we'll cool off a little bit in the desert southwest, but nothing noticeably. as far as the rainfall with the upper level low, not a lot of it. we had showers around salt lake city. a little light rain trying to sneak through the high country on the border of nevada and utah. if you're traveling outside of reno, a little shower activity. not a lot out there. most areas will be dry during the day today. temperatures a little cool in the northwest. still very warm in the desert southwest, the forecast for today similar to yesterday for vegas and phoenix, but wind direction a little changed for l.a. a little cooler air off the water. a high today hopefully only 82. this afternoon. spokane, washington, a beautiful day at 79. >>> if you were watching some of the red carpet, there were some people who didn't like to be too hot in their tuxes. >> i always forget the peo
hernandez from idaho. the police say that he opened fire with a rifle towards the white house saying that he hoped to shoot president obama. the president and his family were not home at the time but he is scheduled to be in court today. >>> libyan officials have arrested four people in connection with an attack that killed four americans on tuesday. they're angry over an anti- islam video produced by an american. other protests are scheduled today follow the weekly prayers. >>> struck and kill by a baltimore subway. that happened to a man because he was walking on the track near 3:00 yesterday near the west coal spring lane overpass and the train hit him. he died at the scene. it's not clear why the man was on the tracks. we'll pass that information along to you. >>> dc metro hoping to avoid another accident like this one. you may remember this happening in 2009 that killed nine people. metro has not had a plan in place with a realtime computer monitoring system to detect the problems till now. previously workers basically reviewed data two times a day that would indicate that there was a p
meanings that you need to know before you head out the door the idaho man accused of firing an assault rifle at the white house last fall will be in court this morning. he is charged with attempting to assassinate president obama. he faces life in prison if he is convicted. >>> and aberdeen police officer who was -- who died last week will be buried today at bel air memorial gardens. >>> brett favre will be in court this morning. two massage therapists are suing him. they say that he sent them inappropriate text messages in 2008. >>> today is the sendoff for police commissioner. it starts at 7:00 and open to the public. so everybody is free to show up. >>> the white house is welcoming members of the u.s. 2012 olympic and paralympic teams this morning. the groups will be joined by the president and first lady. it's happening on the south lawn of the white house. >>> and we'd like to picture our state's waterways beautiful and pristine. but the sad truth is they are not. they can often be filled with debris and trash. there's an effort this weekend to help clean it up. >> reporter: rocky
of conference and steps on idaho. 63-14. right now on espn, texas is leading ole miss 38-17. that game also available on the watch espn aph. third quarter, penn state and navy. nittany lions hoping to avoid an 0-3 start. matt mcgloin, pass off the hand of williams, into the hands of robinson, penn state, their first win under head coach o'brien over navy. chris thompson and florida state opened up a can on wake forest. 52-0. thompson, a monster first half. this 80-yard touchdown run, part of his 197 rushing yards in the first half. florida state wins. outscored opponents 176-3. gameday in tallahassee saturday, primetime, florida state/clemson. see you next weekend. "vince mahe grew up on two continents... and noticed that wherever you go, people have their hands full, but their feet free." "the result? a liftgate you operate with your foot." "code name?" "open sesame" "the all new twenty thirteen ford escape. it's what happens when you go further." in the people, businesses, and organizations that call greater washington home. whether it's funding an organization that provides new citizens
that one year they ate nothing but potatoes, that was when they lived in idaho. even later inlife my dad couldn't look a potato in the eye. kind of a joke. >> people are saying i just don't know about this fellow romney. [ booing ] >> yeah, i agree with you. >> we talked about the boss that might fire you. he is also like your date's dad that you are constantly meeting, and he is awkward, and you are awkward. >> i appreciate you being out here in the warmth like this. i can't get over you guys standing out here in the rain. you are the best. thank you so much. i appreciate you coming back to say hi to me and have me come in the flesh. >> i heard the strains of a beautiful musical number a moment something. the strains of the national anthem. >> he is an elitist and he is out of touch. >> i love ohio i love america. guys. >> there is something about romney that people cannot connect or relate to. >> check it out, gang i had a little free time and i designed my own campaign pin. >> wow. that's quite a guy, isn't it? that's paul ryan. wait a second, romney rooip, romney, r
will be held for a suspected white house shooter. his me is oscar hernandez. he's from idaho. the police arrested him after he aimed a rifle and opened fire in the direction of the white house hoping to shoot the president. it happened in november of 2011. the president and his family were not in washington on that day. >>> orioles remained tied for first place with the yankee right now after sweeping the rays in a three-game series. game three yesterday took 14 innings. but the o's pulled it out in the end and they won 3-2 they're on the west coast playing against the oakland a's. it's going to be a late night. the first pitch will be thrown out at 10:05. >>> it's not what you planned. one mom to be had no choice. when a baby decides it's time to come, it's time to come. we'll tell who you came to her rescue. >>> if you're trying to lose that weight and keep it off, some foods are better than others. we'll tell what you to pack in your lunch bag before you head out the door this morning. >>> maryland's most powerful radar is dry and quiet right now. but that could change as we go into t
voting has already started, idaho, south dakota, by some estimates by election day 40% of voters may have already cast their ballots. so this is something we're hearing the president and surrogates stress a lot, along with registered voters, making sure they're registered, walking up and down with clip boards, energizing the base and making sure they get out and vote. >> and does the president and the team have high expectations for the fundraising today? >> well, looks like they will pull out at least $600,000 with the two fundraisers, with hank aaron, one is a lower dollar fundraiser, $250, the other $25,000, all told, given to people who they expect to come. over $600,000 they expect to raise here, which will, of course, be important when we head into the last days of the election, fredricka. >> all right, hard to believe, just 45 days, athena jones, thank you so much from milwaukee. >>> and our republican vp nominee, paul ryan, teaming up. while there, he vowed that a romney-ryan administration would be tough on fidel castro. >> look at where we are today. this is our public debt. thi
the woman. after emergency surgery, the woman is expected to be ok. graphic images out of idaho where a police officers caught on camera shooting and killing a dog. the incident happened monday when the officer was called to a home for a welfare check. shortly after arriving, two dogs raced out of the house and jumped at the officer. you can see the officer retreating to the neighbors before shooting the dogs. police say they immediately took the massive the bowl mix to a veterinarian's office, but he died. a man is charged with manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide in an accident outside new york city in march last year. prosecutors say he was seriously sleep deprived when he drove the world wide travel bus off i-95, and a national transportation safety board investigation supports that claim. but williams' attorney insists he was awake and alert during the crash. still to come, if your kids are college-bound soon, you are probably stressing about what school they will get into. we will tell you why making that decision might be the biggest part of the process. >> a friend g
loteria por visas para reunificacion familiar. rep. raul labrador (r-idaho) lo que nosotros queremos es tener 1 sistema de inmigracion donde las personas que van a contribuir, que nos estan dando las cosas que necesitamo s en estados unidos, sean estos jovenes que son estudiantes o sean personas que van a trabajar en las industrais que necesitamos, pero realmente regalar 50 mil visas en loteria, no creo que es apropiado. pero los democratas en general se oponen a eliminar la loteria de visas. rep. luis gutierrez (d-illinois) no entiendo ninguna razon por la cual, por que para permitir a 1 inmigrante llegar a este pais hay que castigar a otro. creo que esa es la pregunta clave. si hoy permitimos esto, entonces manana cuando permitirmos 1 millon de inmigrantes indocumentados se va a eliminar otros inmigrantes. este tema continuara, porque el senador de nueva york charles schumer tiene 1 proyecto similar, pero que no eliminaria la loteria de visas. standup: fernando pizarro, washington d.c. al final republicanos y democratas estan de acuerdo en dar visas o tarjetas de residencia a extranje
there in areas of nevada. still kicking showers through salt lake city and up here through southern idaho. that's the only damp weather out there. in south florida, we had periods of wet weather this weekend. should be a little bit better today down there in miami. but with 87, still kind of humid, we could spark a storm there or two. but otherwise, after the chilly start, going to be a beautiful fall afternoon in many locations. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. today in areas like philadelphia, starting off chilly. definitely some layers, maybe a light coat. but you'll carry it home this afternoon. sunshine and highs in the low 70s. there are some warm spots, if not hot spots, from oklahoma city to arizona. nice quiet weather week. it's hard to imagine this is still the peak of the hurricane season, but we've had a big break here the last couple weeks. no threats. >> i can't believe you're back and bringing the 50 s with you. >> 50s? 30s in illinois. and you don't like cold weather. >>> gummy worms instead of corn feed? your early m
troutman. see all these great videos and more starting "right this minute." >>> go to nampa, idaho, where police officers respond to a home where a child welfare check. i have to warn you it is graphic and tough to watch. each officer has a camera attached to his body and are walking up to a partly open door. >> police department. >> instead of two children -- >> dogs. >> oh, my gosh. >> this video you see the brown dog run away. the white dog 2 years old pit bull was killed in this incident. the police department says the officers tried to fend off the dog the best they could. they had to make a split-second decision. now keep in mind, the white dog junior, also bit through a can of mace during this attack. the news station caught up with the family, of course, upset about this.Ñi >> great dog. never hurt nobody. real sweet dog. >> the dog's owner is a man named tony o'hare. >> we don't live in the best neighborhood. i have two young daughters. >> he says look, i have these dogs to protect my family and i had trained them to do just that. >> if i'm not home i know my wife is safe, my ch
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that has california making an animal trade with wyoming and idaho. but we can fix it. ♪ chevron's been here in california for 133 years. we work hard. we support 1 in 200 jobs in the state. we support each other. and we spent over $450 million dollars with local small businesses last year. and, together, we can keep this... we're committed. ...the great state of california. committed to california. ♪ >>> the second anniversary of the san bruno explosion is just days away and today neighbors in the area were told that the government would never forget what happened. construction to rebuilt that neighborhood is far from finished. you see some of the pictures here, amidst the rebuilding, state assembly man jerry hill said that there are three bills on governor brown's desk that would make preventing another refinery explosion a priority. >> i realize businesses tend to do sort of the minimum that they're made to do, so if you don't have legislation in place, i think that they're only going to do the minimum. >> eight people died in that explosion and 38 homes were destroyed. so far eight hom
west? >> i bought me a homestead out in idaho. >> the war is coming. the war is coming. when you are moving to idaho -- >> i believe -- >> cane come? >> of course. >> i can leave tonight. >> i will bring the monkey mask. >> bill: the o'reilly factor is on. tonight? >> i actually believe in redistribution, at least at a certain level to make sure that everybody has got a shot. >> bill: an audiotape surfaces of president obama espousing the social tenet of income redistribution. will that hurt mr. obama in the election? we'll have a special report. >> i'm kind of a snooki fan. [ laughter ] >> look how tiny she has gotten. she has lost weight. >> bernie goldberg says mitt romney is being a pinhead for going on entertainment shows and talking about dopey stuff. bernie will be here. >> as americans, should would he be scared that we owe that kind of money? who do we owe that money to. >> well, we don't have to worry about it short-term about it is a problem long term. >> bill: dennis miller will analyze president obama's appearance on david letterman last night. >> you look sharp. >>
accepting absentee ballots by tomorrow. tomorrow, idaho and south dakota will start in person early voting. it is not without controversy. democrats in florida and ohio challenge the republican legislation that cuts down on the number of early voting days. opponents say this could suppress the town out of low income or minority voters but supporters say it limits election fraud. now political science professor from george mason university outside of washington, dc, is with us, a nonresident fellow at the brookings institution which describes itself as a nonpartisan public think tank. voter fraud. a huge problem? >>guest: as far as we can tell where the vote fraud occurs it occurs primarily among absentee voting. some of the laws that have been implemented to not directly address the source of the main part of what we see in the system. >>shepard: but there is not much? or is there? >>guest: very low. we have had millions and millions of voters the last years and the likelihood of vote fraud occurring is on the order of winning the lot try. >>shepard: of winning the lottery is like 11 billi
in idaho and wyoming. >> sean: and ohio. >> 30 states will be voting starting monday in some of the most key and important states in the country. and those votes will be counted a lot of them well before the first debate. >> i don't like that. i don't like that early voting. i think absentee is the best way to go. that's early voting, but there's so many things that can happen. if people start voting next week, they haven't even seen the first debate. there's other issues that could come out. war could break out god forbid in the middle east. >> sean: how did we get to this point? not only does it open the door for a lot of corruption -- >> to the contrary, oregon probably prove it doesn't. if you take out the third-party candidates, it's going to be a 50.5/49.5 race. it's possible in a decade somebody will win the popular vote and lose the white house. >> sean: you think it's possible in this election? >> it's possible in this election, because the red states are performing much higher. >> sean: do you support the electoral college? >> to an extent. >> sean: it gives states a say. let c
threats that turned out to be false alarms. >>> idaho fisherman made a disturbing discovery. a human finger inside the belly of a trout that after some creative investigation police unraveled the mystery of the fish and the finger. idaho police took the finger and fingerprinted it. after running it there a data base they were able to locate its owner alive and well. he was a washington man that lost four-his fingers at -- four of his fingers at that lake in wake boarding accident. >> i just tell them no we couldn't find them. they are fish food. that is what i told people. >> first he said he didn't want the finger back. now he is talking to his doctor to see if it can be reattached. it's pretty well preserved because of the lake's cold temperature. >>> let's go to sal. something is happening at sfo. what do you know? >> it's just air delays here. we have the air delays will be an hour and maybe even more. these will delays that have been reported to us. if you are catching a flight at sfo please give yourself extra time. steve said the fog has been thick. that is usually what causes
criticism at the time, particularly in that big bill hayward trial that was in idaho, the western federation of miners had been charged with blowing up a former governor of idaho with a bomb in his garden gate. darrow was accused of giving this great compassion closing argument that was all about socialism. it was all about equality. it was all about redistribution. and he was accused by one of his defense lawyers of doing exactly what you said. i forgive him for it because i don't think he did cross the line in that particular case. the hayward case was a very small court room, and he was sitting here. the jury was right where those lights are. that is up close he was. the jury was not over on the side. he was in front of the judge. so for three months he was this far away, and he would make wisecracks with them and cultivate them and talk to them. he had a very, very good idea when he made that first closing argument when it was a wanted to year. of course he was vindicated by the verdict which was not guilty. >> clarence darrow was a brilliant lawyer. you mentioned the leopold case. and i
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